Research Aptitude MCQ Online Practice Test 110

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Research Aptitude MCQ QUESTION ANSWERS UGC NET

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Question 1
Which of the following types of sampling involves the researcher determining the appropriate sample sizes for the groups identified as important, and then taking convenience samples from those groups?
A
Proportional stratified sampling
B
Quota sampling
C
One-stage cluster sampling
D
Two-stage cluster sampling
Question 2
Which of the following is true about good hypotheses?
A
It is formulated in a way such that it can be tested by the data
B
There is a limited scope and it should not have global significance
C
It is precise, specific and consistent with most known facts
D
none of the above
Question 3
The measure which divides a distribution in ten equal parts is known as
A
Quartile.
B
Decile,
C
Percentile.
D
Deviation.
Question 4
The problem of black box in research is
A
not a reality
B
one feature use of statistics
C
feature of social research
D
both B and C
Question 5
A projective technique uses
A
A short structured interview schedule.
B
Unstructured stimulus situations such as ink-blots, photographs etc.
C
On the spot participants observations for measuring an individuals qualities.
D
Direct observations of a person's behavior.
Question 6
Which is the best technique of measuring the internal feelings of a student?
A
Questionnaire
B
Interview
C
Projective technique
D
Sociometry.
Question 7
Which of the following is NOT the strength of the unstructured interview?
A
Its flexibility
B
Its usefulness in probing into attitudes and motives of which even the respondent may not be aware
C
Its getting below the level of cliches s in the instance
D
Its simplicity.
Question 8
A researcher does a study examining the effects of a preschool program. He uses a nonequivalent comparison group design. He finds that the cognitive growth of his experimental group is greater than that of his control. Unfortunately, he later finds that in general children who live in the area where he drew his experimental group tend to grow faster cognitively than children who were from the area where he drew his control group. When he discovered this problem, he discovered what threat to the internal validity of his study?
A
Selection-maturation effect
B
History effect
C
Selection-instrumentation effect
D
Testing effect
Question 9
The researcher must be concerned about the following problems while using secondary data in research.
A
Validity
B
Reliability
C
Both of these
D
None of these
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